Eight Nights of Something Fried (Besides Latkes)
We’re leaving the latkes and donuts at home and getting crazy.
By Vivian Henoch, Editor myJewishDetroit
December 1, 2016
Chanukah is the Festival of Lights, and those lights were made possible by some miraculous oil. Hence two of our favorite fried traditions: latkes (potato pancakes) and sufganiyot (donuts). They’re delicious, and we love them, but Chanukah is eight nights — that’s eight opportunities to celebrate the miracle with something fried. So we bringing you eight fried food recipes that are a little wacky, but could just become your family’s new Chanukah favorite. Some sweet, some savory, all in moderation. Happy Chanukah!
1. Deep fried cookie dough
Why bake when you can fry? Recipe here.
2. Fried avocado
When good fat meets the not-so-good fat. Recipe here.
3. Fried green beans
Because french fries are so basic. Recipe here.
An Italian favorite that’s about to be your new favorite. Recipe here.
5. Fried pickles
So they’ve been around for a while. They’re still awesome. Recipe here.
6. Scotch Eggs
Well done, United Kingdom, well done. Recipe here.
7. Fried Olives
Olives fried in olive oil. Mind blown. Recipe here.
Everyone loves churros. Everyone. Recipe here.